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Navigating the complexities of policing: How Robert Machin became a Navigator men’s development programme at Avon and Somerset Constabulary

2023-12-11T15:42:56+00:00

Amidst the complexities of policing, our Navigator men's development programme at Avon and Somerset Constabulary has emerged as a valuable tool for fostering employee resilience and growth. This case study delves into the experiences of Learning Support Advisor, Robert Machin's Navigator men's development programme at Avon and Somerset Constabulary, to understand how he has benefited from becoming a Springboard Consultancy trainer. It highlights the programme's effectiveness in enhancing employees' emotional intelligence, communication skills, and overall well-being, ultimately leading to improved professional performance. Robert Machin Avon and Somerset Constabulary In-house Trainer Case Study Could you share a bit of your background and [...]

Navigating the complexities of policing: How Robert Machin became a Navigator men’s development programme at Avon and Somerset Constabulary2023-12-11T15:42:56+00:00

Empower Yourself and Others by Becoming a Springboard Consultancy Licensed Trainer!

2023-12-11T13:46:57+00:00

Hear from Nick Buckley about his transformative journey as a licensed trainer and the profound impact he has made on the lives of others. Nick Buckley - Freelance Navigator Men's Development Programme Trainer Case Study Can you tell us a bit about your background and how you came to be a Springboard Consultancy licensed trainer? 'My academic pathway started in mechanical engineering, but then I switched to philosophy of science and went on to complete a postgraduate degree looking at robotics, consciousness, and minds etc. After working in the UK Civil Service for a while I became the project manager to [...]

Empower Yourself and Others by Becoming a Springboard Consultancy Licensed Trainer!2023-12-11T13:46:57+00:00

‘Mind the gapssssss ramblings’ – Chris Gunning

2020-07-08T21:14:16+01:00

English Oxford Living Dictionary Definition: Gap: A difference, especially an undesirable one, between two views or situations I hope that I’m a reasonable, fair-minded sort of man – I try to be. I think that it is quite outrageous that people undertaking the same job of work are not paid equally – regardless of their gender. I’m no legal expert, but I believe that I am correct in stating that such practice is illegal, i.e. breaking the law of the land. Ford I Dagenham comes to mind (see the film ‘Made in Dagenham’), as does Birmingham City Council, not forgetting, more [...]

‘Mind the gapssssss ramblings’ – Chris Gunning2020-07-08T21:14:16+01:00
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